Article | March 19, 2024

How Different Are Oncology Clinical Trials? 5 Reasons Oncology Trials Are More Complex

Source: OpenClinica
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Clinical trials in the field of oncology present a labyrinth of challenges that are distinct from those encountered in other medical research areas. From the daunting task of recruiting suitable participants to the intricacies of trial design and data management, navigating these complexities requires a tailored approach.

Join us as we delve into the five pivotal hurdles that shape oncology trials: the elusive search for appropriate participants, the labyrinthine nature of trial designs, the deluge of data, nuanced adverse event classifications, and divergent efficacy endpoints. We will explore the intricacies that extend these trials, on average, by 14 to 18 months when compared to other drug trials. We will also discuss how innovative solutions, such as OpenClinica, are reshaping the landscape of oncology trials.

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